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Technicolor opens up Qeo to devs

French firm Technicolor has created a developers’ programme for its digital home software framework ‘Qeo’, conceived to enable the creation of an intelligent network of connected devices and ultimately deliver what Technicolor calls ‘Services of Things’.

A Partners Alliance portal (here) has been created for developers interested in the Qeo framework, giving access to software development kits (SDKs), documentation and other relevant technical information and support so that developers can create applications with Qeo.

Michel Rahier, president of Technicolor’s Connected Home division, said: “With Qeo defined as an open solution to interconnect devices and applications of all brands, our vision of the Connected Life breaks down the boundaries that have traditionally confined consumers to siloed types of connected life experiences.”

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